GMB Queens Educate Public With Covid-19 Performances GMB Queens Educate Public With Covid-19 Performances 

Naa on stage last Sunday

Contestants on the 2020 edition of Ghana’s Most Beautiful (GMB) pageant treated their audiences to some beautiful performances on Sunday, educating Ghanaians about the coronavirus.

Some of the performance centred on measures to take when you find yourself around someone who has shown symptoms of Covid-19, how one can help control the spread of Covid-19, what one should do when they test positive, among others.

Naa, who is representing the Greater Accra Region of Ghana, was adjudged the star performer of the evening, while Ayani who is also representing the Oti Region, also won the most innovative performer.

The GMB pageant has, for the past 14 years, remained one of the outstanding beauty platforms. Organised by TV3, it educates Ghanaians and the global community about the various cultural values and heritage in all regions of Ghana.

The 16 contestants in the next 13 weeks will take part in the pageant under the theme: ‘Uniquely Ghanaian, Exceptionally African’.

Sunday’s performance was the third week of the pageant, and it also featured music performances from Krymi, who thrilled studio audience and TV viewers with his performance.

Organisers earlier announced that there will be eviction during the show, but judges Michelle Attoh, Adjetey Anang, Dr. Mensah Amoah from the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital and Linda Ampah saved the day for one more week before eviction.

It was hosted by Johnnie Hughes and Anita Akua Akuffo.

By Francis Addo 

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